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DOPAMINE RECEPTORS DOPAMINE RECEPTORS It was not until the late s that dopamine was recognised as a neurotransmitter in its own right when the demonstration of its nonuniform distribution in the brai


Interest in dopamine was intensified by the realisation that dopamine had an important role in the pathogenesis or drug treatment of certain brain History diseases eg Parkinsons disease schizophrenia This lead to much research on the sites of action

Dopamine  by Leila Burridge and Emily Little
Dopamine by Leila Burridge and Emily Little -


Dopamine and It’s Uses. Neurotransmitter. Helps transmit signals in brain and other vital areas. Found in humans and animals, including vertebrates and invertebrates. Mainly inhibitory. Involved in voluntary movement, learning, arousal, and feelings of pleasure.

Neurotransmitters: Acetylcholine and Dopamine
Neurotransmitters: Acetylcholine and Dopamine - presentation


Ms. . Carmelitano. Acetylcholine. First Neurotransmitter to be identified and most common in the human body. Function: . Helps control muscle contraction. Plays a role in the development of memory of the hippocampus.

Communication via Synapses
Communication via Synapses - presentation


Synapses are a fundamental part of neural pathways as they regulate decision-making in terms of exciting or inhibiting the post-synaptic neurons. . Review: . Action potentials (AP) reach terminal bud of the pre-synaptic neuron. .

Global plan
Global plan - presentation


Reinforcement learning I: . prediction . classical conditioning . dopamine. Reinforcement learning II:. dynamic programming; action selection. Pavlovian. . misbehaviour. vigor. Chapter 9 of Theoretical Neuroscience.

CARLSSON ET AL 99 - presentation


NETWORK INTERACTIONS IN SZ – THERAPEUTIC IMPLICATIONS. Awarded the Nobel Peace prize for their work on neural transmission.. Arvid. is best known for his work into the relationship between dopamine and Parkinson’s disease..

BioPsychoSocial  Approaches to
BioPsychoSocial Approaches to - presentation


Addiction . Presentation by: Kathryn J. Gill PhD . -Associate Professor, Psychiatry Department, McGill University . -Psychotherapist and Researcher, Addictions Unit, McGill University Health Centre.

University Studies 15A: Consciousness I
University Studies 15A: Consciousness I - presentation


Emotion. Emotion will be a central element in our . account of the neuroscience of consciousness.. The systems that underlie what we think of as emotion provide a way to account for saliency, what grabs our attention..

Erica Partridge
Erica Partridge - presentation


Parkinson’s Disease. Definition. Aetiology. PD . vs. Parkinsonism. Symptoms and signs. Differentials. Investigations. Management. Prognosis. 1. What is the definition of Parkinson’s disease?. 1. What is the definition of Parkinson’s disease?.

BIOGENIC AMINES - presentation


DR AMINA TARIQ. BIOCHEMISTRY. CATECHOLAMINES. Dopamine. Norepinephrine. Epinephrine. These . are biogenic amines and are called . catecholamines. .. Dopamine and . Norepinephrine. function as neurotransmitters in the brain and autonomic nervous system..

Mood &
Mood & - presentation


Nuerotransmitters. How to balance your brain naturally. Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers that help relay information throughout the body. . They . transmit information through nerve cells called neurons. .

Movement disorders  Dr.Zana A. Mohammed
Movement disorders Dr.Zana A. Mohammed - presentation


M.B.Ch.B, F.I.B.M.S. NEUROLOGY. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE . UNIVERSITY OF SULAIMANIAH. Essential tremor. Essential tremor, the most common movement disorder, is a syndrome of unknown etiology . characterized .

Christof Koch a in the National Geographic Live! - Mapping
Christof Koch a in the National Geographic Live! - Mapping - presentation

phoebe-cli At 8min there is the best presentation of a slice of a mouse brain with:. synapses shown in magenta, . neurons shown in green and . microtubulin. of axons .

Can ‘PMT’ be a contributory factor in murder?
Can ‘PMT’ be a contributory factor in murder? - presentation


YES. NO. R v Smith (1979). A murder charge was successfully reduced to manslaughter when PMT was taken as a contributory factor behind the killing…. What conclusions can be drawn from this?. What IDAs could this case link to?.

How  do
How do - presentation


neurotransmitters. . affect. . the. . brain. : Dopamine. . Buşra. Yağmur. .

Basal ganglia pharmacology
Basal ganglia pharmacology - presentation


Sammy Case & Matt . Vreugde. . What are the Basal Ganglia. Collection of nuclei in the base of the forebrain. Predominantly modulate descending motor signals from cortex to cerebellum.

The  Brain Dr.  Lori Desautels
The Brain Dr. Lori Desautels - presentation


Always Changing. Experience Dependent. A Reflection of our Experiences. What Activates a Neuron?. Thoughts, Feelings Behaviors ( experiences) . The neurotransmitters attach to the dendrites and this results in an electric charge ( action potential) sent down the axon of the neuron! .

Summary of part I:  prediction and RL
Summary of part I: prediction and RL - presentation


Prediction is important for action selection. The problem:. prediction of future reward. The algorithm:. temporal difference learning. Neural implementation:. dopamine dependent learning in BG. A precise computational model of learning allows one to look in the brain for “hidden variables” postulated by the model.

DATB: Addiction
DATB: Addiction - presentation


Zak Fallows. 2013-11-23. ESP Splash (Saturday). These slides are available online, along with fun 5-minute quizzes and other materials:. http://. /. Please Reuse These Slides.

Brain Structure & Function
Brain Structure & Function - presentation


Carl Sagan. Lobes of the brain (forebrain). Midbrain/ Hindbrain. Protection and Blood Supply. Structure and Functions of a Neuron. Synaptic Transmission. Neurotransmitters. Overview. Central Nervous System.

The issue of
The issue of - presentation


Substance abuse. Limbic . system creates an appetite that drives you to seek out those things. .. The reward circuitry is activated—with dopamine carrying the message. . The result is less dopamine signaling in the brain, what the scientists call “down regulation.” .

ADDICTION: - presentation


Asking the right questions!. How much of the problem is nature and how much is nurture?. Or is it a disease of the brain?. Why do we self-medicate?. I have asked this question to over 1,000 offenders. The same reasons are given!.



SANDERS . 3.24.15. Learning Objectives. To understand the physiologic role of prolactin. To understand the clinical presentation and physiologic/pathologic causes of . hyperprolactinemia. To . discuss .

The Brain
The Brain - presentation


A command and control center for our simultaneous multiple constraint satisfying machine. . Outline. Staying alive and maintaining Homeostasis. P. erception. Motivation and Effort. Emotions & Habits.

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